Ancient Megalithic Structures of Druidry & Hebrew Israelites

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by Sven Longshanks: Who were the Megalith builders in Britain, and what purpose did their stone structures serve? Although the common belief is that they were Pagans, there is a wealth of evidence to show that they were the Hebrews and the Sethites of the Bible, and that Druidry was descended from Patriarchal practices. Above: Clach an Trushel Menhir, Scotland. There are five main types of these stone structures that are found all over Britain: Menhirs – Single upright stones Cairns – Piles of rocks, usually in a cone shape Dolmens – A stone slab on three or more uprights Cromlechs – A circle of stones sometimes enclosing dolmens or barrows (tombs) Tumuli – Mounds of earth and stones covering a burial chamber These types of stone monuments do not just appear in Britain, but are found all over Europe, Central Asia and the Middle…

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Ancient Aryans

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We’ve lost touch of who we are as Europeans. Our history is merely his story enshrouded in mystery, occulted throughout recorded time. Ancient civilizations across the world share similarities that even the most ardent skeptics can’t infer as apophenia.  It’s hard to dismiss the idea that ancient Aryans (Indo-Europeans) didn’t travel afar in early ages, exploring the vast land our God provided us. These ancient Aryan architects built the Egyptians pyramids, Stonehenge, and other megalithic sites in India, China, Sumer, Peru, Europe, and the Americas.   White Adamic Aryans Found All Over The World “Up to 70 percent of British men and half of all Western European men are related to the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun, geneticists in Switzerland said. Scientists at Zurich-based DNA genealogy centre, iGENEA, reconstructed the DNA profile of the boy Pharaoh, who ascended the throne at the age of nine, his…

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Condemnation Before Investigation

You may have heard of this quote before; it’s been floating around the internet for quite some time. It’s almost like a meme.  But before Richard Dawkins was born, this axiom was a meme before the internet or electricity existed. “Condemnation before investigation, is the highest form of ignorance.”   This quote, most often attributed to the infamous (Albert Einstein) is paraphrased -often without citations- to the likes of Ernest Hemmingway, Thomas Edison, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. William Paley, however wrote a similar sentiment that can be found on page 455 of his book entitled “Paley’s evidences of Christianity”. “…Contempt prior to examination is an intellectual vice, from which the greatest faculties of mind are not free.” -William Paley, 1859 A.D. Also see: Metabunk.org SharePinTweet+1ShareSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.…

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Geoengineering, SRM & Trails of Deception

:by Gregory Prinsze: Hey boys and girls, here’s an incredibly deceptive article (via CBS), so typical of mainstream media. How so? Let us count the ways… 1) It focuses on a variation of Solar Radiation Management via Stratospheric Aerosol Injection which would be carried out at higher altitudes requiring specially designed aircraft. Why is that deceptive? Because it ignores the fact that numerous academic proposals and patents exist for SRM via SAI at flight levels corresponding to existing commercial aircraft. 2) It pretends that such programs are not already fully operational. The preponderance of evidence suggests that they are operational, which is obvious to anyone with eyes to see and an IQ above room temperature… though such a fact would be denied if the programs are classified. There’s very good reason why such programs would be classified, more on that momentarily. Share16PinTweet+1Share16 SharesSubscribe to…

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Josephisms: Memes & Musings of the Dubster

These are some random memes I made on various topics. Some are insightful, some are ground breaking, and some are probably just dumb, but that’s okay.  Enjoy some Josephisms.   Share12PinTweet+1Share12 SharesSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 677 other subscribers Email Address

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Cognitive Confusion & Brain Biases

We are all guilty of being biased at times; we believe what we want to believe.  We accept evidence that goes along with our worldview, and outright ignore evidence that contradicts it.  Some call this cognitive dissonance, but why do we reject information that counters our ideology? It’s because, basically, our brains are biased.  Coincidingly, cognitive confusion can be catastrophic when attempting to separate fact from fiction, frankly. Alliteration aside, let’s dig in.. Share25PinTweet+1Share25 SharesSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 677 other subscribers Email Address

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The Unseen World Within Our World

by Clifton Emahiser: Many people today have a strange feeling that many things in the world are not right, but they don’t seem to be able to put their finger on just what the problems might be. For them, things simply don’t add up. They wonder why there are so many wars and police actions, and, yet, no one ever seems to win. They continue day-to-day with their nose to the grindstone, but simply cannot get ahead no matter how hard they try. It seems like it’s always one step forward and two steps backward. One gets the feeling one is on a treadmill, going through a lot of motion, but never going anywhere. Do we dare ask the question: is there something out there somewhere we don’t know about? Yes, there is something out there, and its so cleverly concealed less than one…

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